Massachusetts autism schools, clinics struggling under new load

07/5/2007 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

The number of children in Massachusetts diagnosed with autism has nearly doubled from 4,080 to 7,521 in five years, overloading what once was considered among the best autism care in the country. New England schools and clinics for children with autism are all but closing their doors to new clients as demand has created yearlong delays in some cases.

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